Danika is one of my LomoPeople. She is funny and so sweet! I really like her creativity and how she is inspiring to me. Every time we meet, I have at least one good photo of her. She is joining every joke and every fun shot – although it might be a bit dangerous from time to time (when like here a big truck almost killed us). And Danila is a lomographer, too, making very nice pictures. If you see her, take a picture of her. It is always worth it.
Colors mean differently for all walks of life. The color chartreuse is a vivid yellow-green, one that resembles lime and green apples, or the nuclear substance in the disaster movies. Such color is like a poisonous tango between sweetness and danger, isn’t it?
The existence of light grants us to see the whole spectrum of the prism. As we walk our way across the rainbow, we study, ruse and add meanings to the colors. This week we're having you all zested up with sweet tangerine.
Rita Maria is a female artist and skateboarder, based in Copenhagen and San Diego. Incredibly involved in her work, she refrains from social media and loves to shoot analog. We asked her a little about her and her work and this is what she said ...
The TEN AND ONE Residency Week has been very intense and full of activities. From 11 to 18 November, we did LomoWalks around Vienna, guided visits to museums and magazine editorial office, a workshop, a trip to Bratislava, worked on our LomoWall and of course LomoLunch and LomoDinner. We had the opportunity to attend a Cyanotype Workshop at Lomography Head Quarter held by Michael Wuermer, a young and nice photographer and printer.
There's always something sad and beautiful with the snow. Synonymous to a white blanket. Swiss photographer Ester Vonplon photographs the fleeting glacier blocks, and shreds of ice and water, mimicking textures and surfaces of cloth.
The snow and icy wonderland that sat on Arctic waters are the things hypnotizing photographer Ester Vonplon. Clear, pure white moves her poetic photography, and in this interview, the photographer surmises and wonders more and more about its enticement.
The way photography shaped the world was immense, and culture has never been more the same. Replacing the written document and the drawn and painted image there's been a lot of opinions regarding the medium. Eleven photographers and artists discuss their sentiments.